Literature References

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J. M. Arnold, Carlson, B. A., Landman, N. H.1991In ovo movements of the living Nautilus embryo: a video presentation
J. M. Arnold, Landman, N. H., Mutvei, H.1987Development of the embryonic shell of Nautilus, pp. 373-400.
J. K. Cochran, Landman N. H.1984Radiometric determination of the growth rate of Nautilus in nature.
J. K. Cochran, Rye, D. M., Landman, N. H.1981Growth rate and habitat of Nautilus pompilius inferred from radioactive and stable isotope studies.
W. J. Kennedy, Landman, N. H., Christensen, W. K., Cobban, W. A., Hancock, J. M.1998Marine connections in Nprth America during the late Maastrichan: paleogeographic and paleobiogeographic significance of Jeletzkytes nebrascensis zone cephalopod fauna from the Elk Butte member of the Pierre Shale, SE South Dakota and NE Nebraska
N. H. Landman1989Iterative progenesis in Upper Cretaceous ammonites.
N. H. Landman1988Early ontogeny of Mesozoic ammonites and nautilids, pp. 215-228.
N. H. Landman1988Heterochrony in Ammonites, pp. 159-182.
N. H. Landman1987Incidence and kinds of epizoans on the shells of live Nautilus, pp. 163-174.
N. H. Landman1984Not or be or to be?
N. H. Landman, Arnold, J. M., Mutvei, H.1989Description of the embryonic shell of Nautilus belauensis (Cephalopoda).
N. H. Landman, Cochran J. K.1987Growth and longevity of Nautilus, pp. 401-420.
N. H. Landman, Cochran, J. K., Chamberlain, J. A.1989Timing of septal formation in two species of Nautilus based on radiometric and aquarium data.
N. H. Landman, Druffel, E. R. M., Cochran, J. K.1989Bomb-produced radiocarbon in the shell of the chambered nautilus: rate of growth and age at maturity.
W. R. A. Muntz1987Visual behavior and visual sensitivity of Nautilus pompilius
C. G. Wray, Landman, N. H., Saunders, W. B., Bonacum, J.1995Genetic divergence and geographic diversification in Nautilus
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